On Friday, June 05, 2020 David Theo Goldberg and UCHRI gathered scholars to think differently together about the structural conditions and explosive events shattering our times. In a wide-ranging conversation emerging out of the national and international protests in response to yet another spate of anti-Black police violence, these leading critical thinkers engaged questions about intersectional and international struggle, the militarization of the border, racial capitalism, the feminist dimension of new social justice movements, the unsustainability of the nation-state, the power of the arts as a rallying force for imagining and sustaining solidarities, and much more.
This event was recorded and streamed where over 9,000 people logged in.
Herman Gray (Professor Emeritus, Sociology; SJRC Advisor, UC Santa Cruz)
Angela Y. Davis (Distinguished Professor Emerita, History of Consciousness, UC Santa Cruz)
Gaye Theresa Johnson (Associate Professor, African American Studies, UC Los Angeles)
Robin D. G. Kelley (Professor, African American Studies, UC Los Angeles)
Josh Kun (Professor and Chair, Cross-Cultural Communication; Director, School of Communication, University of Southern California)